Rick Ross is showing off his "sexy" for the June/July cover of Vibe magazine posing shirtless, covered in tattoos and draped in diamond chains. Ross was chosen for the magís "sexy issue" and got a little x-rated for the interview, which was helmed by radio personality Angela Yee.

Ross and his entire Maybach Music crew, Wale and Meek Mill have no problem being candid when it comes to their personal lives. "I be sliding through the 'hood, I can't lie," Ross said when asked of the kind of women that he goes for. "I love extravagant exotic women, but I come from the 'hood at the same time. So if I'm in my Chevy riding through the 'hood and you see one of those ghetto girls in a hot pink shirt, you're just like 'Hey, put your number in this.' I'm still in touch with the 'hood like that."

The NSFW convo gets even more graphic as the three joke about hooking up with "crackheads," and oral sex. Ross, who was once linked to Foxy Brown, is not looking for a relationship. If ladies are hoping that he'll commit after fulfilling his sexual conquest, there's no chance. "I can't sleep the whole night with a chick," Ross says. "Before sunrise, shorty, you got to go."

Since releasing his debut back in 2006, Ross has become a force to be reckoned with in hip-hop. All three of his albums have debuted atop the Billboard Charts, and continues to beef up his his Maybach Music imprint, recently adding singer Teedra Moses to his crew. This week, Ross released 'Maybach Music Group Presents Self Made, Vol. 1,' the label's first compilation album. The 15-track offering features Ross, Moses as well as fellow MMG MCs Wale, Pill and Meek Mill, among an array of other guest rappers. Check out the BoomBox's track-by-track review of the album here.



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